Dr Tanya GreathouseSocial Work
CAMPUS BOX 070
Personal Biography Statement
Tanya Greathouse, Ph.D., earned her BA in Sociology from University of Colorado Boulder, a Masterís in Social Work from University of Denver and a PhD in Clinical Social Work from Smith College. She completed American Management Association Managers training and VISIONS Multicultural training. Dr. Greathouse serves as a Faculty Field Advisor at the rank of Adjunct Associate Professor for Smith College School for Social Work, Affiliate Faculty for Metropolitan State College of Denver and is a private psychotherapy practitioner in the Denver/Boulder area. Her foundation of cultural competency is informed by her teaching curriculums and multicultural trainings. She holds certifications as; Administrator and Interpreter for the Intercultural Developmental Inventory and QPR Gatekeeper Instruction.
My teaching foundation is built on my doctoral, pedagogical and adult learner coursework. My experiences at Smith College and University of Colorado Boulder have informed my teaching style. I have been an adjunct faculty at Smith College for the past 16 years: teaching in the graduate Social Work program for seven (7) years, serving as Faculty Field Advisor for twelve (12) years, thesis research advisor for (3) years and Clinical Supervisor for sixteen (16) years. I taught in the Chancellorís Leadership program for seven years, teaching sections in both, the Ethnic Living and Learning Community program and the Service Learning Initiative program. I also taught, Race/Class/Gender and Criminology in the Sociology Department at University of Colorado Boulder.
American Management Association
[12:00 to 03:00]
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